Smugglers’ Notch Resort Creates Memories to Last a Lifetime

By AlpineZone News |
Nov 17 2011 - 08:06 PM

JEFFERSONVILLE, VT.: Celebrating the holiday season at Smugglers’ Notch Resort creates memories that will last a lifetime. Santa arrives on December 24th to meet the kiddies and get their final wish lists, sing carols together and enjoy sweet treats. The evening features a torchlight parade and spectacular fireworks against the backdrop of the snow-covered Green Mountains. Restaurants in Smugglers’ Resort Village entice diners with comfort foods and warming beverages.

At Smugglers’, 2012 is ushered in with a grand New Year’s Eve Celebration on December 31 featuring bonfire, fireworks, late night entertainment and dance parties, party favors and a variety of dining alternatives, plus the Resort’s Kids’ Night Out children’s program is available until after midnight at Smugglers’ kid-pleasing child care center, Treasures.

Guests staying 6 nights or more over the week leading up to Christmas (December 16 – 25, 2011) enjoy the 7th night free. In addition, with Smugglers’ package pricing, families planning a vacation have the flexibility to choose a stay falling within different rate periods as a way of saving some money while still enjoying December holiday time at the Resort. For example, December 9 – 17, 2011 is a SuperSaver Value Week with pricing at $109 per adult per day and $79 per youth (17 and younger) per day for five to seven night stays. From December 18 – 25 the Heart of Winter package pricingstarts at $129 per adult and $99 per youth. New Year’s Holiday Week from December 26 – 31, 2011 features adult rates starting at $199 and youth at $169. Stays beginning on January 1 through January 12, 2012 enjoy SuperSaver pricing. During all rate periods, Smugglers’ packages please families with inclusions such as mountainside condominium lodging, daily lift tickets, snow tubing, use of the indoor pool and hot tubs and Nordic ski and snowshoe terrain, and family and adult evening entertainment. (, 1-800-451-8752)